The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine chaired by Dmitry Razumkov approved the consideration on Thursday, July 16, a bill to abolish compulsory study 80% of subjects in schools in the Ukrainian language: its author is MP from the “servants of the people” Maxim Buzhansky, known for his sympathy for Russia.

Wrote about this on his page in Facebook MP from the “European solidarity” Nikolay knyazhitsky, reports Диалог.UA.

The alternative draft law proposed by the infamous Buganski will consider July 16, the day of the proclamation of the Declaration on state sovereignty of Ukraine. This document was adopted by the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR in 1990, and established the priority of Republican legislation over Union within the USSR. To consider the bill Bogunskogo was one of the leaders of the “servants” Alexander Kornienko during the conciliation Council.

At the same time, the opposition believes that the day for consideration was not chosen by chance: according to MPs of “European solidarity” and “Voices,” they do not intend to retreat, and will organize protests across the country.

“It is a mockery of our national language and our state!” writes knyazhitsky. He was supported by the colleague on fraction Vladimir Aryev and Volodymyr viatrovych, and activist and politologist Andrei resin.

“This is the path to total Russification of the country: we must not let this happen”, – says viatrovych.

“Ukraine we have one: in the world there is no place where we could freely speak in Ukrainian. Let localization hacked from his nose: never again they will come!” – written by Ariev.

“Here’s the symbolism: the Declaration of sovereignty and the abolition of the Ukrainian language in schools. Candid trample on Ukraine and in our language”, – commented the resin.

Opposition MPs and activists note: this news rejoiced in the Kremlin and in the ranks of the “opsi”, as this force promotes Russian interests in Ukraine.

As we reported earlier, on 10 December 2019, the MP from the faction “people’s Servant” Maxim Buzhansky introduced to the Verkhovna Rada a draft on the abolition of the language law, which was adopted earlier in may of the same year.

The same Buzhansky refused to honor the memory of the Heavenly hundreds in Parliament. At the same time his colleagues got up from their seats to pay tribute to the memory of the fallen protesters.

Evgeny Ustimenko